AMENDMENT OF GREEN PASSPORTREQUIREMENTS FOR AMENDMENT OF GREEN PASSPORT DETAILSApplication for amendment of name in passport must be filed in person. The following documents are required:1. Application Form for Amendment of Name (maiden to married surname) in passport; 2. Other requirements: Amendment of Name for adopted minors: - Original and copy of Birth Certificate with appropriate annotation by the Local Civil Registrar printed on security paper by the National Statistics Office (NSO) and authenticated by the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA);- Original and copy of Certificate of Finality issued by the Court authenticated by the DFA.For women who got married in Indonesia : (maiden to married surname)- Original and copy of the Report of Marriage filed at Philippine Embassy; - If marriage has not been reported by any Philippine Embassy or Consulate, click here to download copy of the Report of Marriage Form and the list of additional requirements for reporting of marriage- Marriage Certificate issued by Indonesia’s
original must be shown with accompanying photocopy;- Processing and Notarization fees for Certificate of Report of Marriage: Rp. 325,000 (in cash)- Photocopy of the data pages of Passports of both husband and wife.For women who got married in the Philippines : (maiden to married surname)- Marriage Contract issued by the NSO in Manila duly authenticated by the Authentication Office of the DFA, Manila;- Photocopy of the data pages of Passports of both husband and wife. For women who were divorced by their foreign husbands : (married to maiden name)- Original and Photocopy of the dispositive portion of the court judgment granting the divorce; a. if the document is issued in Indonesia, it must have the stamps of the Department of Justice and the Department of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Indonesiab. if document is from another country, it must be duly authenticated by the Philippine Embassy or Consulate having jurisdiction over the place where the divorce was issued- Photocopy of the data page of Philippine passport. For women whose marriage was annulled by Court: (married to maiden name)- Copy of the Court decision declaring the annulment of marriage duly authenticated by the DFA, if decision is issued by a court in the Philippines or copy of the marriage contract with the previous spouse with annotation of the annulment printed on security paper by the NSO and duly authenticated by the DFA;- Photocopy of the data page of Philippine passport. For widows : (married to maiden name)- Death certificate of deceased spouse. If husband died in the Philippines, the death certificate should be authenticated by the NSO in Manila and the DFA;- If the husband died in a foreign country, the death certificate must be duly authenticated by the Philippine Embassy or Consulate having jurisdiction over the place where the death certificate was issued- Photocopy of the data page of Philippine passport of widow. Note: Collection of the passport may be delegated to an immediate relative provided there is a letter authorizing the relative to receive the duly-processed passport. Click here to download a copy of the Passport Amendment Form.